Tory Lanez denies that he shot Megan Thee Stallion after a Hollywood Hills party in July.
On Thursday night, the rapper dropped his latest album, “DayStar,” in which nearly all 17 songs appear to be about the alleged altercation.
In the opening track, “Money Over Fallouts,” the MC denies firing a weapon at Megan’s feet.
“How the ---- you get shot in your foot, don’t hit no bones or tendons?” he rapped.
“How the ---- your team is trying to pay me in some whole millions? I just lost like 10 million dollars because this cold business,” he continued. “But I got like 10 million followers that’s gon’ roll with me. Fans that support me because they know my heart.”
In other songs, Tory appears to suggest that Megan was asked to lie about the incident, and in others, appears to suggest that he wants to reconcile with her.
On “Queen and Slim,” Tory appears to suggest that his hanging out with Kylie Jenner, who reportedly attended at least one of the parties they went to that night, was the reason that he and Megan fought. (Megan has previously denied this claim.)
“Me and Kylie still off in the pool. We was chilling, kicking ---- was cool. Both of us didn’t know you was tripping. Even though I got a crush on Kylie, I woulda left with you if I knew you was dipping, for the simple reason. You invited me, but I can’t act like shawty didn’t excite me,” he rapped.
In an August Instagram Live, Megan publicly accused Tory of being her shooter.
“Yes, this ----- Tory shot me. You shot me, and you got your publicist and your people to these blogs lying and ----, stop lying!” she said. “Why lie? I don’t understand. I tried to keep the situation off the internet, but you’re dragging it.”
After the incident, Tory was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle, while police listed Megan as a “victim.”
Hours later, Tory posted his $35,000 bail and was released in the morning.
Sources told TMZ days later that Tory allegedly opened fire from inside the vehicle and struck Megan in the feet twice after they got into an argument.
Last month, the Los Angeles Times reported that the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is considering charging Tory with felony assault with a firearm over the alleged incident.
In regard to his firearm charges, Tory is scheduled to appear in court on October 13.